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Holiday Season and Retail Shopping Days, how they have changed

Christmas is less than 60 days away. Of course, if you are a parent, you are probably keenly aware of the dwindling number of shopping days. Nowadays, it seems that retail holiday shopping promotions start around the first week in September, just after the close of the Labor Day and Back-to-School promotions. Stores such as… Continue Reading

Small Business Saturday helps close 2016 with a bang

At a time when an increasing number of consumers are opting to shop online—and are spreading their holiday shopping spending over a longer period of time than they did traditionally—many still prioritize brick and mortar small businesses. On Saturday, November 26th, consumers across the nation celebrated the small businesses that are the backbones of our… Continue Reading

Your Insurance Rates Are Affected by Your Credit Score

How good is your credit? Most people think that the only time they need to worry about their credit score is when they are applying to buy something on credit. The better your credit score, the lower the interest rate on your purchase. Did you know that your credit score also affects how much you… Continue Reading

That Adopted Girl – Non-Profit

  Sometimes a person comes along that can Empower, Inspire, Encourage. Uplift. That person is Juliana Whitney, a Nevada native who has received her BA in Sociology and BA in Communications from UNLV and is currently an MBA candidate there as well. Juliana knows that adoptees inherit a lot of baggage. She says hers is… Continue Reading

From Bookies to Bookings, Vegas is looking capitalize on local pro-sports

On the average, 60 percent of Americans describe themselves as “sports fans.” Obviously, some Americans are more “fanatical” than others but needless to say the sports industry has become one of the bigger industries in the United States. Americans not only attend games, but they also spend thousands of dollars on sports logoed clothing and… Continue Reading